Some internet casinos claim to provide a selection of languages, but when you select a language, nothing changes on the web page.
Other casino sites advertise in different languages, but again, only English is provided when you visit the actual website.
We have found only one online casino where you can really gamble in French, German, Spanish, and Japanese, besides English, of course. You can use currency in Canadian dollars, Euros, British pounds, German Deutche marks, French francs, Japanese yen, and probably others as well. There might be other internet casinos, poker sites, and sports betting sites in multiple languages, but we have found only one.
There is a good chance that the American internet gambling ban will be repealed in the not-too-distant future, at which time U.S. citizens will be able to gamble on line again, in English, with U.S. dollars.
In the meantime, we have found a few internet gambling sites where U.S. citizens can still gamble. This might change, as more online gambling sites disallow American customers every day, during the prohibition. And credit card companies are wising up to internet casino sites that pretend to be other businesses, in order to process currently illegal deposits from American customers.
The credit card companies and most online gambling sites are cooperating with the American government to prevent U.S. citizens from gambling on the internet, and that is why it is so difficult for Americans to find a place to play.
With U.S. citizens mainly out of the picture, you would think that the internet casino sites would try harder to entice non-Americans by translating their sites to languages other than English, but evidently they are not doing so.